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Naples
Patient's bed found crawling with ants

Patient's bed found crawling with ants

 
Abu Dhabi
Francesco De Gregori wows Abu Dhabi

Francesco De Gregori wows Abu Dhabi

 
Rome
300 refs attacked this year, madness - Salvini

300 refs attacked this year, madness - Salvini

 
Milan
IKEA mum firing upheld

IKEA mum firing upheld

 
Rome
Press freedom great value says Mattarella

Press freedom great value says Mattarella

 
Strasbourg
Proud of being journalist says Tajani

Proud of being journalist says Tajani

 
Palermo
We want Libyans to decide their future - Conte

We want Libyans to decide their future - Conte

 
Rome
'Level 100' pensions won't spur youth hirings-Boccia

'Level 100' pensions won't spur youth hirings-Boccia

 
Milan
Berlusconi Publitalia probe shelved

Berlusconi Publitalia probe shelved

 
Rome
Growth forecasts too optimistic - Boccia

Growth forecasts too optimistic - Boccia

 
Rome
Academic qualifications not under review - minister

Academic qualifications not under review - minister

 
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Rome

Atlantia 9-mt profits 15% down

Will give dividend in May

Atlantia 9-mt profits 15% down

Rome, November 9 - The Benetton-controlled Atlantia group, which controls highway company Autostrade, on Friday posted nine-month profits 15% down at 744 million euros. This was due, it said, to the allocation of some 350 million euros in charges related to the August 14 bridge collapse in Genoa that killed 43 people. The group's EBITDA was 3% at 2.913 billion euros. The EBIT was 13% down at 1.654 billion. Autostrade lost two million euros after its tolls in Genoa were stopped. Atlantia said it would pay out a dividend in May.

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